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At first glance, John Allan’s resembles a typical private men’s club.
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In the dreary days of the early 1930s, as the world sank into economic depression, the Parisian jewelry house of Van Cleef & Arpels bucked the somber mood and forged its revolutionary and deci
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Most golfers know more than just three friends who love the game.
The designs for some of the latest winter sports equipment reflect an eclectic array of influences—from NASA, to New Age, to surfers.
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From the winery at Peter Michael, a road wends its way along a stream toward the mounting hillsides of Knights Valley in Sonoma, California.
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From the street, Estrella looks like one of those nondescript apartment buildings that dotted the Los Angeles landscape during the 1960s.
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Joe MacDonald, a retired U.S. Army Ranger, asks me, as he secures the belay rope to my harness, if I am confronting any barriers in my life.
The jagged spine of Camelback Mountain rises high above the desert floor, an unfailing navigational guide through the tangled Phoenix freeway system.
If the future unfolds as Fred Paroutaud anticipates, we will no longer experience chamber music in our homes only through loudspeakers.
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Expedition leader Susan Adie made the announcement over the shipboard intercom just after midnight on Thursday: “We’ve sighted another polar bear off the bow.
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Among his peers in the audio industry, Joe Atkins is an anomaly: He is not interested in how loudspeakers work. Indeed, Atkins has never read a hi-fi magazine.
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In April 1986, following an attack on American soldiers in a Berlin disco, President Reagan ordered the bombing of Muammar Qaddafi’s terrorist camps in Libya.
Don Gilman, president of Gilman Yachts, had an ample fleet of Browards, Vikings, and Hatterases on display last February at the Miami International Boat Show.